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02:40 min | 1 year ago

"jack faris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jack Faris for KQED. Friday. Light good stuff. Thank you, Jack. Traffic support comes from European sleep works. Time. Now, For a perspective, Michael Ellis discovers that elaborate is far more than an elaborate maze. Here's his perspective in 1996. Early one Sunday morning, I went to Grace Cathedral and discovered my first labyrinth. There are two of them one outside and the other insight, identical copies of the famous one in France. Had no preconceived notions of what to expect. I just knew from a friend that you walked it and it was cool. I didn't have much time and parking was difficult. But I rushed in and found the indoor one. I took off my shoes and started walking it. I soon realized it would take me a while to do. I started thinking that I had parked in an illegal place and maybe my car would get towed. I hadn't really loud enough time for this. I was supposed to be at some friends for breakfast today. 30, and then I had a height deleted 10, and I really wasn't prepared. My mind was full of clutter in my head was ringing as I walked around the path. I was all alone in the big room, but I could hear muted singing and prayer from next door. It sounded so nice, but damn it. Where was the center? I had to get to it and leave. Now I realize I was committed to the path. I couldn't stop now. I just couldn't walk out across the labyrinth. But I had places to go important things to do. Then I began to slow down. Realizing this wasn't the point of the labyrinth. I was supposed to pay attention to my walking and not let all this other stuff interfere. So I did just watch one step in front of the other. My breathing slowed and almost immediately I found myself in the center the light shining on me. I closed my eyes and immerse myself in this place A wonderful piece to fused me. I bathe myself in it and then slowly walk back out. Knowing with my body that it really didn't matter if my car was towed, or I was a few minutes late for breakfast, or all the things I had planned in my life had not come out as I wanted. That was the point. To take one conscious and mindful step at a time and the rest will take care of itself. And like nearly everyone, I've had my year long share of struggles, especially recently. I still walk labyrinths and always find peace in the journey and faith and the not knowing This is Michael Ellis. With the perspective Michael Ellis is a naturalist. They lives in Santa Rosa. Share your thoughts on his commentary online at KQED dot or g'kar slash perspectives. Support for perspectives comes from Leaf, Cabraser, Heimann and Bernstein, seeking justice for the injured victims of fraud, whistle blowers, employees and investors in the Bay Area and nationally for over four decades. Online at L c h b dot com.

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"jack faris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"jack faris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"MacArthur Foundation, supporting creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world. More information, is it, Mac found that organ And by the listeners of KQED. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep, master of none returns on Sunday. It's an Emmy winning serious by Netflix. The third season centers on a character played by Lena Wave, who is also the writer and producer. Our TV critic Eric Deggans says. This is a change in focus with an off screen backstory as master of nuns. Third season begins. Lena Waits character, Denise is on a serious role. Her first book has become a New York Times bestseller, allowing her to buy a cozy home in the book Colic area outside of New York City, and she's married to Alicia, a smart, playful partner with a pension for odd pillow talk in bed time. To save my life. Would you lik someone's open every day for the rest of your life? How old are you in this like it starts from now, like 34 for the rest of our lives. Still, there are signs of trouble. Denise caught up in her new fame often ignores Alicia when Alicia reminds Denise that she promised months ago that they would start talking now about having a baby. Denise has excuses like I wasn't a New York Times bestselling author. I didn't Think I'd be working on the second book right now. I don't want you to say that. I know you're going to say it's just know you're gonna say Let's wait you they don't want to wait another year. You see what I'm saying? There's nobody's gonna say, but I was gonna say, Let's wait until the dust settles. What follows is a pensive, deliberate exploration of how their relationship is buffeted by their decision to have a baby. Along the way. The show talks about failure, self obsession and the mass we often wear in relationships. But this compelling creative story comes with an asterisk because this new season and the focus on Denise's character comes three years after co creator Aziz I'm sorry, was accused of sexual misconduct by a woman who said he repeatedly pressured her into sexual acts on their only date. When the allegations were made public in an online article, I'm sorry, issued a statement saying he was quote, surprised and concerned. And in his 2019 stand up special for Netflix. Aziz Ansari right now he went a little further and ultimately I just felt terrible. This person felt this way and after here, so I just hope it was a step forward Move. Things forward for me made me think about a lot. I pulled by become a better person. Most of Master of Nonce first two seasons focused on Ansari's character, hapless actor slash TV host Dev Shah searching for great food and romance in New York and Italy. Changing an entire season's focus to Denise When I'm sorry, hasn't fully addressed. The implications of this scandal publicly feels like a bit of a Dodge. And when death shows up in this new season, bringing a girlfriend to Denise and Alicia's house on Lee to get in the brutal verbal fight with her, the ghost of Ansari's past looms again. Talking with Denise Dev admits he's stuck in a dead end job missing the days when his career was on track. He used to have it so good run around New York doing whatever we wanted. I'm fun. Every day I never realized how good at sounds like something and sorry himself could say Written by Ansari and wait and directed by Ansari, Master of Nuns, third season is loaded with wonderful moments. It's tough to describe much without spoiling important plot turns the British actor Nye Omi. AKI is particularly wonderful as Alicia, bringing a grounded determination to our struggles with fertility while building the life she wants for herself. I only wish this season could stand on its own. Apart from the residual ambivalence over co creator who has never fully explained himself America Deggans It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. Stay with us. We've got the California report up next first, though. We're checking the roads. Jack Faris is in for Joe McConnell today, and we're heading to the ultimate past this time. We certainly are new accident for you. Unfortunately, 5 80 westbound right it grant Line Road. No details at the moment, But I can tell you traffic slow all the way back from the two of five interchange down in San Jose What North bound, tapping the brakes from too weighty up to Oakland Road outside of that, For the most part, Knock on wood. Looks like we're dealing with a Friday light. Situation right now. I'm Jack Fares for KQED. All right, thanks, Jack. Traffic support comes from Lucky and Lucky. California of.

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"jack faris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"jack faris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Know, I don't think people are gonna be able to Avoid it and avoid vaccination back at Yeager's meat market. The promoter has talked with one man will say that he's a gardener proposal. He says. He was very sick from covert. Last year, his entire household was infected, and his father in law died of it. She's winning position because you know someone Says so many people have died from the virus. It's important to get vaccinated. His second shot is this week in South Hayward. I'm Freddy that Villa Ramiro KQED news. While there are pockets where vaccination rates are lagging, the coded restrictions we've been living under are easing up. We're being told we can move away from masks and start to shorten that social distance. This change in behaviors could be stressful for many, and not just those who've gotten used to the way we've been living for more than a year. Think of the people who've kept working on the front lines throughout the pandemic. One of our concerns is that the focus on frontline worker mental health and their appreciation of the need there. Could start Tomo Fade away. As society reopens. Dr. Elizabeth Rawson is a psychiatrist in San Francisco and co founder of the Front Line Workers Counseling Project. It's a service that connects frontline workers with volunteer therapists. There is heightened risk of depression anxiety, post traumatic symptoms which can develop into PTSD. Ah, whole range of issues that can come up for someone who's been through the kinds of experiences. The friendly workers have been thrilled. And then we know that for some people who go through a traumatizing experience, they actually either don't develop some of the symptoms until later or they don't feel ready or able to seek treatment until later. Dr Ross and says stress and exposure to trauma build up over time the friendly workers during the pandemic. We're also friendly workers before the pandemic, and we're dealing with stressful crisis situations before you can think about doctors and nurses Also firefighters, paramedics and these are the same people who will also be on the front lines of future crises. San Francisco psychiatrist Dr Elizabeth Rawson. She co founded the Frontline Workers Counseling Project. If you are seeking help in the Bay Area, you confined resource is at f w c p dot orc. You're listening to morning edition on KQED. Jack Faris was traffic now in Oakland today, 29. Try to find any West challenges before Park Boulevard first report of an accident. No details at the moment, But I can tell you a emergency responders will be there momentarily, not causing much of a slowdown. At the moment, it's been a slow to slowdowns. Look no further than San Jose would want North bound, sluggish from Capitol Expressway up through about Oakland Road in stretches. Then, of course, Richmond 80. Westbound Ishwar Freeway slow from El Portal Drive all the way through the foot of the maze. I'm Jack Faris for KQED and support for KQED comes to us this morning from Comcast business. Comcast business is committed.

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